The compound formed between rubidium and chlorine has the formula RbCl.
Yes; this compound is rubidium chloride, RbCl.
The name of the compound is: Rubidium bromide The Chemical formula is: RbBr
The chemical formula for the compound formed between rubidium and oxygen is rubidium oxide - Rb2O.
The formula for this compound is Rb2S.
Rubidium selenide has the formula Rb2Se.
Rubidium can form with mercury an alloy not a compound.
The chemical formula of rubidium fluoride is RbF.
formula for potassium and chlorine
Rubidium oxide would have the formula Rb2O
Yes, as would be expected from the fact that the electronegativity of chlorine is much greater than that of rubidium.
The chemical formula of chlorine dioxide is ClO2.
Rubidium is a group one alkali metal. In the presence of chlorine gas, pure rubidium metal will burn violently. Chlorine will take the single valence electron of rubidium and create rubidium chloride. 2Rb + Cl2 >> 2RbCl Rubidium is oxidized and chlorine is reduced.
The ionic compound formed between magnesium and chlorine has the formula MgCl2.
Yes! Rubidium hydride. Formula: RbH
the correct formula for ionic compound between calcium and chlorine is CaCl2
The chemical formula of an ionic compound that contains aluminium and chlorine is aluminium chloride - AlCl3.
Rubidium is a group 1 metal with just one valence electron. It therefore forms the ion Rb+ as it loses the electron. The ionic formula is Rb+ Cl-
Rubidium iodide is an ionic compound.
Rubidium does not have a formula but a symbol: Rb.
One compound would be Silver Chloride - chemical formula AgCl
The compound is magnesium chloride and the formula is MgCl2.
No compound has the formula CIF. However ClF (with a lowercase L) is chlorine monofluoride.